Chocolate adventures in Boston and beyond...

A Treat from Paris

One of the unexpectedly nice things about doing chocolate tours has been the fact that I have been able to make friends with so many kind and thoughtful folks that own or run businesses in Boston. One such person, Martha Fields, the owner of Gracie Finn in the South End, made a very special trip […]

In Love and Chocolate

Part of what makes working in the chocolate industry (whether it be doing tours or actually selling it) is that it is, by its very nature, a very happy product to be around. People generally have overwhelmingly positive feelings about it, and that is before you even come across them. On chocolate tours, I encourage […]

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Boston Strong

Listen my children and you shall hear A story of heroes in an unlucky year, On the eighteenth of April, on the Watertown side; Shots rang out and thus commenced a wild ride As authorities asked for vigilance far and wide.   The governor, the mayor, and the feds all requested That Bostonians stay in […]

Boston You’re My Home

Boston is many things to many people. For some, it is the epicenter of a tremendous sports culture, the mecca for superfans and championship parade-goers. For some it is an iconic center of history, bearing witness to important events that helped shape our entire nation. For others it might be a place where they received […]

Chocolate Cheers!

This is my love letter to chocolate. After over a year of contemplating, imagining, and brainstorming, I now embark upon a journey of documenting all of my wonderful chocolate adventures. As a chocolate tour guide, food and events writer, and life-long chocoholic, the world of chocolate has brought me endless amounts of enjoyment, laughs, and memories […]